We are elated to announce that World English rights to the followup to prolific journalist Larry Krotz’s 1996 TOURISTS, the tentatively titled TOURISM TRAP: Sustainability Questions for the World’s Biggest Industry, has been acquired by Deni Remberg at Rowman & Littlefield! 

Deal by Brenna English-Loeb at Transatlantic Literary Agency.

TOURISM TRAP is about the economic need for and environmental destruction of the global tourism industry. 

Larry Krotz grew up on a farm in Ontario, Canada. Larry’s writing career has spanned decades and taken him all over the world. He was the Manitoba correspondent for The Globe & Mail, turning out almost a hundred columns for the Saturday edition of the newspaper. His other journalism has appeared in the National Post, Walrus, Harrowsmith, Weekend Magazine, Western Living, Quest, the United Church Observer, Canadian Geographic, Saturday Night, Equinox, and Border Crossings, among others. With his production studio, Karante Productions, he made the independent films Rising To Dance (1987), South Indian Lake (1987), and Searching for Hawa’s Secret (1998).

He is the author of multiple books, including Indian Country: Inside Another Canada (McClelland and Stewart, 1990), Tourists: How Our Fastest Growing Industry is Changing the World (Faber & Faber, 1996), Piecing the Puzzle (University of Manitoba Press, 2012) and Nothing Ordinary (Cormorant Books, 2021).

Congratulations Larry!